As we get closer to 2015, the New York Mets can now begin to predict what the Opening Day starting lineup may look like with just about every hitter at every position pretty much set to start there. Recently, manager Terry Collins mentioned what he thought the lineup could look like in April. Here is what the Mets lineup will probably look like on Opening Day. Begin Slideshow
A Rancho Mirage home formerly owned by Ralph Kiner, the late Hall of Fame baseball player and New York Mets broadcaster, has come to market in Rancho Mirage for $789,900.
The winter meetings may be over, but there are still plenty of MLB transactions to be made. One of the most intriguing trade possibilities remains Troy Tulowitzki to the Mets. This move makes about as much sense as any trade can. The...Show More Summary
The holiday season is here and the Mets are still in the midst of the current offseason. Not too many moves really need to be made at this point generally speaking, but that does not mean that any trade or free-agent possibilities should...Show More Summary
A case can be made that the New York Mets possess the best collection of young pitching in the major leagues, with a projected 2015 starting rotation that includes right-handers Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler and National League Rookie of...Show More Summary
With the 2014 winter meetings having come to an end, the New York Mets did not control the majority of the baseball headlines this week. The Mets, though, did not go into the winter meetings with a big agenda of tasks to complete. There...Show More Summary
Former Major League pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka signed a contract with Fukuoka Softbank Hawks of the Pacific League in Japan. The news of Matsuzaka's signing was reported by The Japan Times following a season for the New York Mets in 2014. Show More Summary
Injured Atlanta pitchers Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy, and New York Mets outfielder Eric Young Jr. were among the players allowed to become free agents when their teams decided not to offer 2015 contracts by Tuesday night's deadli...
Now that December has arrived, the annual winter meetings are next up for the New York Mets and the other MLB teams. At that time, all the general managers will meet up and discuss potential signings and trades with each other for aShow More Summary
The New York Mets have already made some big moves in free agency this offseason, headlined by the signing of veteran outfielder Michael Cuddyer. However, the Mets might not be done this offseason. There are still a few more particular...Show More Summary
The New York Mets started the offseason with an unexpected bang, inking veteran Michael Cuddyer to a two-year, $21 million pact. Since then, they've gone mostly quiet. That has to change if New York is truly shifting into win-now mode,...Show More Summary
The New York Mets, like all other baseball teams, are actively involved in the current offseason. During this time, every team looks through free agency and the trade market to find upgrades in order to improve. Rumors, which may not...Show More Summary
The first MLB offseason move already carries major fantasy baseball repercussions. Rather than accept a $15.3 million qualifying offer to stay with the Colorado Rockies, Michael Cuddyer bolted to the New York Mets, signing a two-year...Show More Summary
I was able to get the 2014 National League Rookie of Year after a New York Mets / San Diego Padres game at Petco Park this past season - I actually didn't have any cards for DeGrom [I busted six blaster boxes of 2014 Bowman but didn't pull any DeGrom cards] but my buddy needed to whittle down the stash of cards he had and gave me four. Show More Summary
You know, we really should get to work thinking of a good nickname for the New York Mets' starting rotation. Why? Well, put it this way: Now's a good time to realize it's going to need one before long. In case you haven't heard, a member of said starting rotation was named the National League Rookie of the Year on Monday. Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu and New York Mets right-hander Jacob deGrom were named the American League and National League Rookies of the Year, it was announced Monday.
Chicago White Sox slugging first baseman Jose Abreu and New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom won Rookie of the Year honors in their respective leagues in voting results announced on Monday.
Two outstanding seasons for Jose Abreu and Jacob deGrom led to each winning the American League and National League Rookie of the Year awards, respectively. Despite down seasons for both the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets, both players had standout seasons. Show More Summary
New York Mets right-handed pitcher Jacob deGrom has been named the 2014 National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. The Mets had the news: ESPN's SportsCenter account broke down the history ofShow More Summary
The New York Mets stunned the baseball world on Friday when they announced the signing of veteran outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two-year contract worth $21 million. This deal seemed like it would make a lot of sense heading into the...Show More Summary